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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1913.
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free Lessons in Art Needlework Friday and Saturday, from 2 to 4, each Week, Starting April 11th
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Performance of "Our
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CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
Rock Island, III,
WEATHER CUTS CROWD
" iny T.-ktts Scld but Unused Good
Attendance Expected at Second
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I 2 t huol oraior play, "Oor
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s; - '. "M.'rri (hampnry a, a naa.
ir; in.Ttir (rrll Hot-a
ti-.m.; liRMipnryH, hia ana
I. i :i.ll.wl-k of lrt onahlrr
lioijar. a rrilrH butlrrmaa
bnrlra Mlildlrvrli-k. hla aoa
Kiiiitrr. Mr t.roftrey'a maa
""ill M.rr Korals
I'oiMlra. Mlriill-?lpk'a batlrr
U-Wt Mrlrnar, aa ht-lrr.
Pa alia A. I.vl
Mary Mrlnf, krr MMr roaata . . .
Clara P. Blakt-mora
flnrtaaa rbampnrya, r fimt-
frej-a alatrr Cara 1.. Kmrry
fti-llmm. a lorfalac-aoaa arr-
Irtna K. Harhdw
Mii.lr by hick aranol orrhratra.
The senior class play. "Our Roys."
the first performance of which was
given by the class of 1913 at the high
f-chool auditorium las nirht, proved
to le a great Fur-cehB. and a rival
lor honors with all previous perform
ances of graduating class plays ai th
local M-hool. Every part wan wl. tak
en, and although the crowd whirl)
witiieHwd the initial thow was small
'ii account of the inclement weather.
It was also appreciative and rounds
' f a ji.-li! iifif- were given the players. Ir
" " in '
! ir eni ;it tl.o
lust performance of
'Our iion" lo be given
the l.iRli school.
on.g t a j
C f i ve
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i:r HovR proved to bp a romdv '
auchnt.le quality, and kept
l'ie a'.Kliencf i wu-rested the entire time i
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r the p..rftirniR7ice. .lay Huntoon, as
Talhot C'harupneys. and Donald Vance,
iictinn in the role of Charles Middle-
Strictly fresh J
eggs, dozen . Ma
Save money by buying
Fresh creamery butter,
I'er pouud 39c
Sweet juicy oranges,
ii F;:ii'v eatuif: or cooking apples.
I" r ! k 29c
rt i rru p la" L" I I ivn,
two boxes 2 5c
per pound 10c
Hadishes or green onions,
tl.rec tunhelH for 10c
l Two nuinhes fresh asparagus
Two large stalk celery.. J5c
Many other fresb ve-getables
not mentioned here at lowest
Two quart yellow or red onion
et for 15C
Two 10c bottles bluing or
ammonia for 15c
!.are red globe onions,
per peck ' 15C
Finest brick. Ixmghorn or
it, 'inn r)i.(Mi nmirwl OA.
ll.gular Zlc. can lemou cling
peaches for 19c
Three cans early June peas or
tomatoes for .. 25c
Two lie tall cans salmon
M Fir.tr bars I.enox soap .. 2 5c
Four pounds navy beans or
H Jap rice for 5c
H Three pounds Kir.a or kidney
Q 1 '"an 2 5c
Hi'gUiar ..i'C COtiee,
per pound 25c
1 . . t... , . a a
' ' 1 ' i I'" 'uiii- n'.ii Z.0G
Uigu'.ar fii'i' tinr'i'.ored Japan
u :.. per pout.d 4 5c
Two pounds lliiml Luck
tj Two packages pat.cake flour or
liol and rusks 15c
pn'.ituis cit cersi'.aps. soaa
, . f'f cra.-kers . 15c
!"' ' :.s p m.pK n or kidney
T .: pour i best cnr.e
gtaMiiated s'liiar $1.00
J"t : i- I 'reiT.i flour.
(I'.'M !e i.il or Teresota
fl..':r i ' r sack $1.39
v. t-. f.o-.ir. per sack $1.49
: " p.ura I ?a. k s.igar for $4.89
EMD GROCERY CO.
70 0 Twelfth Street.
Old chores wert 443 and 869.
Del very to any fri of the city
pione your order early.
N'pw Vrrk. Th" Harrison FisiPr ,
irl. known from end to end of the ',
country through the medium of maga
zine covers and verv other form of
popular art. is ahout to chatiue hr
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to pfen f nil of riione. Sh1
in in i lit i n a.i:u t iai hub. u
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tie of feminine activitv. of the strenu-
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This is merely because Harrison
fisher, the artist who creates the girl,
has acquired a new- model. Alice Joyce
is the name of the young woman who
is to work this s',uM"n change in the
Fisher art. Hbe it is w hose character-
if.ticp of face and spirit are to be seen
rfiectd from periodical covers, post
cards and calendar? the country over.
Sii'fh a role of prominence comes
natural to h"r. Her face is almost as
familiar to Americans as is that of ;
were "Our Hove.
'h pluv circles.
MIIKI OK Till: ll.Y.
i The two young f'ilows. both of
whom tire 'he pride of their respec
tive fathers, were hnpelcssly in love
with 'two young ladles. Talb'it with
.Mary Me.ise (Clara B'.akeniorei . and
Charles w ith Violet Melrobe (Pauiilie
'I. evii. Mary's wea'.thv cousin. The
fathers of the wo boys. Sir Goeffrey
Champr.eys Cecil K'ehl. a conn
roai;nat'. arid 1'crkyn Middlewik (John
Biibcoekl. a retired but'erman. were1
firm believers in system? of their own
concerning the raising of their boys, I
and a bitter r'valry existed between 1
the two old gentlemen. Sir Goeffrey
desired hi-, soil ti ued the beau'ifu!
Miss Vio'. while Ferkyn on the other
i hand, favored the joining of his son's 1
hand w ith that of Miss Mary, w hile the '
! affections of the hoys were directly j
opposite to that of bvir f .'hers' de.
sires ' n 'he as1 is pressd hy
fhe lat'e1, brvsi lr.ve the r rr,tv.e
.p Hurt ''inlsu .re and go o l.otncn.
whence af'r funic time of hard liv
ing, they are traced bv their fa'hers
to a dlt.gy b.dirir.g house. The two
girls in the case, also nr.ss the boys,
and go to lwnfc them up. With this
the rase the sextet ate nca.n united
in the boys' room in the lodging place,
and the fathers lei the-.r sons have
t're.r way. ar.i love unconquered
All of the parts were well taken,
and the players, havme had the bene
fl' of weeks of training under Miss
lA Fearce. proved to be thoroughly
t home before an audience. Cecil
Koi h as S r Goeffrey Chartprieys. de
lig!v' d 'he ai.dience wi'h his fine act.
Ir.e while John Habcock
rlcli but uncultured was
vfy lif'.e if any behind Cecil, when
.t came to preer.fne a character.
The two sor.s. about whom the play
cer. ers. were characterized very ably
by IVr.a'.d Vance arid Jay Hun'oon
Vh Melrose, as presented by Paul
ire I-vl and Clara Biakemore. as
Mary Melrose. Vio'e' s poor cousin,
bt:' nun- t;. Vs., attractive frr all
that, were 'he heron.es of "Our Boys."
a tl the r-.any !; situations into
which their fenvt.ine ir,sf.n ts led
th.L-m. were p rtrayed in a most pleas,
ng mavt.er C-ra Kirery took the
patt of M s Cisr.ssa Champneys. S:r
Goeffrey s s t"er. "ii". eiderly ytiur.i;
lady." s,nj c.i'.'.eo for'h 'lie apprecia
ti .n of ic au.l.er.-e by her quatnt
actirg lr:va Ro' how chars' "erizfd
ht- wh n a J. P.- ii'.da. tf "i;e Ion-
;r i': c revise, 'n a 'y;
VV-ts'f rt! Po?,'!e'
Si.- Goori'y'f n:an ter'-arit. arl
I Jr.i' V-a. . . , . 'SI
Prf fidnt W'lson. fh" i? or.p of th
leading ac'resses of a prominent firm
.of movinp picture producers and
'celluloid tlims have f.aEhel her
from end to end of 'he country.
The qualities which Lroa.zh: h"r to
the top of the a !
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Ttfore the movie camera her beauty.
i a i turn rin emir s.'-Lur tic
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1 mod :s, all familiar to Americans i
through the pen of Harrison FiBher. j
' Of tl:ese, the girl who has stcd in the
psst as most nearly the original of the
Harrison F'slier girl ha.- l?en Miss j
.Catherine Clements, an American girl j
of French and Irish parentage. She
!has posed for Fisher for the last nine i
yesrs, commencing when she was 14.
.The illustrator has made more draw-
incs of her t!,an of any of his other j
' models and he has done some of his ,
be?: work from her.
Ithe la'ter Perkyn Middlewick's butler, i
were taken very ably by Marc Koenlg
find Iale Newland. Much credit for
the high quality of '.he play should be
triven to the Maee '..andH. Bernard In
.cr;:m. Nell McNeil and Glenn Reid.
who hv their dilieent effort?, made
very f.r.r sreni ry f-:r the play and as
sist -d in inak r.g "Our liijf" a suc
cess. JURQRS AG8EPT
Coroner's Inquest Shows that if
C. H. Black Tock His Own
Life by Drowning. ?
At hr coroner's inquest yesterday
aff rnoon no new developments wer
INTERESTING STATEMENT FROM
WELL KNOWN LADY ABOUT
PLANTJOICE, THE NEW
Mrs Fri-da Speth. residing at 602
West Th!:l street, Davenport, Iowa,
"I l ad a very sevt-re s'omach trou
ble and headache for months. 1 was
very nervous, had dizzy spells and
would i all a-tjir-mble. I could not
s eep and my appetite was poor I had
heard so much about Plant Juice. I
finally deci '.ed to try it. and from the
first few doses I was greatly relieved.
I can sleep well now ; eat what I want
with a eood appetite. I am much pleas
ed w;-h rf suits from Plar.! Juice. I
think ; the lest med'eiw I ever used,
at'! r.t.ir'i'y recommend it."'
For aliments of the stomach, liver
and kidneys, nervousness, indigestion,
h'.naMng. nlix1 impurity, ft male trou-bl-.
ratarrii. rheumatism and that gen
eral run-down ocndi'iors of the system,
nervous debility, there s nothing so
;iroinf hnd s'ire in Oe ac'ioti as T'lar.t
ciire. strict iy v-ftta'iW, as the name
:n:plic.-.. ! the r.atural remedy, and
beneficial re-ilts are noticeable from
uie r.r.,- ooscs , or sa,? at ine
I-a'.'a-'i rr :g & IV-r.-r.! company, lvf,
West i.d rri. iJiivtrport: Xe
Harpe- h '-is ;r-rrc..oy. Rock Island,
and y .Vricho A- Co.. dri.ir ?'-: Mo-
1 9 Items at
Our Jewelry De
partment during this 19th
Anniversary Sale is offer
ing 19 articles in assorted
values from 50c to $2 each,
to sell at 18c each.
Jewelry, Main Floor
Small linen hand
square and round ones,
that usually sell for ,"0
cents each. For a one day
sale, only 19c each.
Fancy Ribbons that
are worth up to 60c the
yard. 5 and 6 inches wide.
They show brocaded,
stripes and pompadour ef
fects suitable for hair
bows, sashes and hat trim
mings. Choice 19c t0"
Ribbons, Main Floor
35c Jabots, Etc
Art Goods, Second Floor
7 to 9 inch good 25c
quality Scissors. Spe
cial for the Anniversary
Sale tomorrow, 19c each.
Notions, Main Floor
Child's 25c Books
They will make
ideal gifts for children's
birthdays or just gifts
children will appreciate
them keenly. Our stock
of these 25c value Books
tomorrow at 19c each.
Bocks, Main Floor
Men's 35c lldkfs.
Men's all linen
Handkerchiefs, large size,
25c and 25c values, for
our Anniversary Sale to
morrow, only 19c ench.
Handkerchiefs. Main Floor
Sale of Black
L'ntrimrred Hats Worth to $2.
II 15? c2Tin TC5T
We will sell dozens of black chip straw
Shapes tov.orrow from our regular Spring
stock. They are Hats that show 1913's
best Spring styles in small, medium and
large shapes. Most of them are our regu
lar $2 values. Choice Saturday, 95q each.
Sale of Little $5 Hats at $3.
A table of dozens of the best $5 Hats we have seen this
Spring will go tomorrow for $3 each. Each little beauty
will fittingly frame a face before the Saturday closing hour,
at this little price of $3 each.
Tomorrow Last Day Great Shoe Sale
Women's Footwear at $1.98
Oxfords, Pumps and Shoes in newest Spring designs. They
are n.ade on carefully worked out lasts, designed to conform to
nature's lines the same lae'i and pa'terns used for the very fin
est shoes; so they keep their shape don't "squash out" or get
an ur.'idy down-at-the-heal look.
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rouna w n cn wou a inrow anv iient
upon the desth of Charles Herbert
Black. A verdict of drowning with
suicidal intent was returned by the
-irv Coroner R C .T '.Tever conriect.
,ed the inquest at Kent g undertaking
To make it stand out above all
ether days, every section of the
store has a 19c bargain for Sat
urday, April 5. (Don't be
misled by the small space given
each item.) But sight-seers are
welcome, too. The store is in
gala dress, and there will be
much to interest everyone,
whether you come to buy or
simply to enjoy yourself.
and Jabots in a wide as
sortment. Values up to
35c each. Tomorrow as
an Anniversary offer,
choice 19c each.
Neckwear, Main Floor
Shadow lace Edges
from 3 to 8 inches wide.
Values in this lot up to
50c a yard. Choice to
morrow at 19c the yard.
Laces, Main Floor
Men's Wear at
Ties, string and bow
styles, 19c each.
Hosiery, 25c values,
in all colors and weights,
19c a pair.
25c values, 19c each.
Anniversary Week Will
Saturday, April 12th
Union Suits, full in size.
Sizes range from 34 to 38
bust measure. 25c values
for tomorrow at 1 9c each.
Underwear. Main Floor
balbriggan and mesh,
separate garments, 25c
values, at 19c the gar
ment. Men's Furnishings, Main
Sale of Children's
sii.es 2 to 6 years,
values up to $6, choice
Rich, Rare, Exclusive
It is almost like inviting you to see. a great collection of
paintings. Silk makers have dat ed everything this year dared
to make the most wonderful combinations of colors; to at
tempt the most intricate designs; to undertake processes
of weaving that would fairly frighten the people of a hun
dred years ago. And, as tne French say, "They have ar
rived" in eperything.
At $7.98 a yard Very good embroidered Nel Rose Chiffon, 40
At $14 a pattern Beautiful Bulgarian robes, just one pattern
cf a kind. Some at $12, lo-
$1.98 to $2.98 a yard Charmeuse in all the new
shades, both dark and lignt.
Saturday 98c pr.
; Dariors. I neo wnmke and a Rrh
j- ' " HO I. t.BI S(U, t CBUIIlUliT UlUllltlM
ing. the Davenport fishermen, told of lout the fact that deceased had been a
finding the body. Fred A. Black, a! heavy drinker of late, and was pen-
brother of deceased, could assign notniless at the time of his death,
motive for the rteerl He ataterf that I
hi6 brother had separated from bis
25c Hair Goods
Regular 25c quality
Hair Kolls tomorrow for
Biscuit Pads, good
25c values tomorrow for
Hair Goods. Second Floor
39c Hats for
Peanut braid Mexi
can style Hats with pat
ent leather edging and
hat band, a 39c value to
morrow for only 19c
Millinery, Second Floor
Your choice of 12
pieces of bordered Scrim,
floral and oriental designs.
Just the patterns for your
living or dining room,
19c Ppr "ar1
Drapery Dept., Third Floor
A good heavy China
Matting for your floors.
Choice of several patterns.
Regularly 30c and 35c a
yard. Tomorrow, 19c a
Rug Dept., Third Floor
Prawers, tucked and lace
trimmed ruffles. Regu
larly 25c value Sale price
Muslinwear, 2nd Floor.
Cream Serge Coats,
Women's Coats of
Fashion has given to the
Spring Coat the use of many
cloths fabrics old and fab
rics new. From the almost
countless number of weaves,
we have selected a few to
tell you about. See these
new arrivals tomorrow:
Checked Coats, eponge, seri es, etc.,
$15 to $17.50.
A Peep at the
Tailored Silk Waists
shows two very very good-looking
kinds of new Bernhard tailored silk
Waists; one at $5.50 ith fancy
lace yoke, made of two sorts of mes
eallnes the brocaded and the plain
kinds: the other Waist we mention
today is also made with a dainty
lace yoke, but the materials are taf
fetas; these latter sell for $5.95.
Our newer Waists are arriving
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j Ail the news all the time The Argaa.
We will give a spe
cial bargain In women's
white and tan Ilsle Hose.
Regular 25c values for
-Hosiery Dept., Main Floor
Fine imported Ba
varian China Dessert
Vlates, finished in floral
decorations with Roman
good borders. These are
regular 50c values. Spe
cial for this day, 19c
Fine China, Basement
35c Huck Towels
Huck Towels, hem
stitched colored borders,
nil linen, red and blue,
well worth 35c. Special
Anniversary Sale price,
Linen Section, Main Floor
42 inch Requot Tub
ing, our very best grade,
suitable for embroidering.
Regular price 25c. Special
Anniversary Sale price,
Linen Section, Main Floor
3 yards for
good quality, assorted
checks and colors, worth
8c, Special Anniversary
Sale price, 3 yards for
Every woman surely will want
a new Corset this Spring. We
wish to call your attention to
The Gossard, $3.50 to $8.50.
Sahlin Forms, $1 and up.
Nemo Corset, $1 to $3. .
I.a Vlda, $1 and up. , -! 1.1
The W. B., $1 to $3.
Thompson's Glove-T-'itting, $1 up.
R. & G. Corsets, $1 to $3,
Warner's Rust-Proof, $1 to $4,
Every Corset Needs a Brassiere
to prevent that unpleaslng ridge which
Bcmetimes shows around Ihe top of
the corset, especially when the wearer
ha on a thin lingerie gown.
The Brassiere may ho worn with
ary corset and is very simple or pret
tily trimmed as you please, 25c anr'
Corsets, Second Floor
Wen's Silk Four-in-Hands, 50c
This is one of the most attractive
special lots of Neckwear we have ever
hud- a wide variety of handsome silks,
arid really wonderful value. 50c.
A room of paper complete,
perfectly matched combina
tions for bedrooms, kitchens,
etc. 10 good patterns to se
8 Rolls Wall
6 Rolls Ceiling
20 yd3 Border
Kxtra rolls in proportion If you
Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms,
etc.n wide and narrow borders,
tans, browns and greens. 20 pat
terns to select from including fruit
designs. Good heavy papers, values
UP to 12"2C
8 rolls Wall -fl 1Q
6 rolls Ceiling
20 yds Border
Varnished Tile Papers, 1 2 !!-
We do paper hanging-lowest
prices. Now on Third Floor
In New Shop.
E. E. I.arnp, who has conducted a
plumbing shop at 325 Seventeenth
eueet for number of years, has re
moved to new and larger quarters at
t i!3 Sev.ateeuth utreet. (Adv.